If you have a Moisture Problem in your House, there are various Methods to treat this or prevent Moisture entering your Home/Walls in the First Place
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Special operation for the removal of mold & moisture damage
What are mould damages and how do they develop?
There is a Mis Conception that if a Room is not ventilated, it starts to mold.
This is only half true.
The daily airing should be done in any case. With it one transports the with humidity (saturated air) outside.
The ideal value of the air humidity amounts to approx. 50 – 65 %.
Also the surface temperature of the masonry plays a big role.
Low temperatures and too high humidity results in mold or Spak at the walls.Warm interior air meets a colder surface. Thus condensation water develops.
Especially at window reveals or behind furniture it is often to be observed. There is also no air exchange possible.Thus the dangerous mould infestation develops.
Removal of mould infestation
It is a mistake to believe when you see mould or spak on the wall that you can wipe it off or simply paint over it.
This will reappear after a short time.
Please also note that mould spores can get into other rooms with the indoor air.
The infested area of the masonry must be treated in such a way that even the invisible
mould in the wall is treated.
One should therefore remove the afflicted wall plaster to get to the masonry.
Then treat the masonry with a suitable agent and apply a new thermal plaster.
In this way you destroy all mould spores and increase the surface temperature.
This can also be achieved with internal wall insulation such as Multipor.
What are damp walls?
You can recognize this by the discoloration or by the flaking plaster or paint on the wall.
This can have different causes.
One is that water penetrates the outer masonry and thus causes the damage inside.
The other is a defective or non-existent horizontal barrier in the masonry.
These damages are relatively easy to repair.
Inside, the damaged wall plaster should be removed.
Afterwards a barrier liquid is filled into the wall by means of an injection procedure (consider drying time) approx. 20 cm high and drill every 8 – 10 cm a drill hole with 2.5 cm diameter in the 45 degrees angle.